Max Kellerman Biography | Wiki
Max Kellerman is an American TV personality and boxing commentator currently serving as the co-host of ESPN’s First Take talk show. He mainly appears alongside Stephen A. Smith and Molly Qerim. Previously, Max worked as the co-host of his own sports radio talk show on ESPN radio. He also co-hosted the ESPN Panel talk show called Around the Horn from 2002 to 2004. Max even served as a sports presenter for the FOX Sports network and MSNBC News.
Max Kellerman Age
How old is Max? Kellerman is 48 years old as of 2020. He was born on August 6, 1973, in New York City, New York, United States. His birthday is celebrated on 6th August every year. His zodiac birth sign is Leo. ALSO READ; Shae Peppler
Max Kellerman Education
Kellerman attended Hunter College High school and graduated in 1991. He then earned a BA degree in History and communications from Columbia University in 1998. Max also graduated from New York City’s PS 41 in Greenwich Village.
Max Kellerman Height
Max stands at an average height of 5 feet 11 inches. He also maintains an average bodyweight of around 78 kilograms. He also has ocean blue eyes and dark brown hair.
Max Kellerman Brother Killed
Max is the son of Henry Kellerman (father) and Linda Killerman (mother). He also grew up alongside his only brother Sam Kellerman. Sam was a well-known journalist and writer who was murdered on October 12, 2004, at his Los Angeles apartment. His body was discovered a few days later on October 17. Police consider famous boxer James Butler as one of the main suspects because he was a close friend to the late Same Kellerman.
Max Kellerman Wife
Is Max Married? Kellerman is married to his wife, Erin Manning. The couple exchanged vows in front of close family and family back in 1994. Together they are blessed with three beautiful daughters named Esther, Sam and Mira. Max and his family reside in New York City.
Max Kellerman Net Worth 2020
Max is a famous Boxing Commentator, Radio and TV Personality who has an estimated net worth of around $6 million dollars.
Max Kellerman Iguodala
Andre Tyler Iguodala is an American professional basketball player currently playing for the Miami Heat of the NBA (National Basketball Association). He is also named to the NBA All-Defensive Team more than once. In June 2021, Iguodala responded to Kellerman’s controversial comment about him and his skills that went viral on Twitter and other social media platforms.
Max Kellerman Boxing Show and Podcast
Additionally, Max is the main host of his own self-titled boxing show and podcast that is available for download on Apple and other online streaming platforms.
Max Kellerman Annual Salary
Kellerman working as ESPN’s boxing commentator and talk show co-host earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $78,200 to $85,000.
Max Kellerman ESPN’s First Take | Around The Horn
Kellerman currently serves as a boxing commentator and co-host on the ESPN sports network. He began his first job there as an analyst on ESPN’s boxing series, Friday Night Fights in late 1990. In 2002, Kellerman began hosting his own show and became the original host of ESPN’s Around the Horn. The show grew more and more popular but Kellerman left the network in 2004 because he didn’t agree with ESPN’s contract agreements.
Therefore, he joined FOX Sports and began hosting a sports segment known as I, Max in 2004. He discussed various issues around sports with a former ESPN correspondent named Michael Holley and Bill Wolff. However, Max left FOX Sports after the death of his brother Sam Kellerman. He then returned but FOX decided to cancel his show on February 18, 2005.
In 2006, Kellerman became the co-host of Spike TV’ s 2006 show called King of Vegas. Tucker Carlson, MSNBC’s correspondent announced on air that max Kellerman will become a permanent contributor for the station the same year. Thus, Max began hosting MSNBC’s The Outsider alongside Tucker from 2005 until the show was canceled in 2008. Kellerman then returned to ESPN radio as a sports commentator. In 215, he began covering various sports events for HBO and ESPN. As of 2021, Max is the main host of ESPN’s First Take sports segment.